Ian Stone: The first son of an average Jewish family, Ian Stone was from a young age torn between pleasing his parents and having fun. Finally in 1991 fun won - Ian hasn’t looked back since and he is now one of the most respected comedians in Britain with numerous television credits to his name. One of Ian’s claims to fame is that he is one of the few comedians to have the title of his Edinburgh show deemed 'unsuitable for publication' by festival organisers. Josh Howie: Josh Howie was raised as a Buddhist, before living with Native Americans and finally settling down as a trainee Rabbi. At least that was the plan until he was kicked off the programme for getting caught with a naked (non-Jewish) girl. Perhaps it was inevitable that he would go on to become a stand-up comic. Phil Nichol: Canadian Phil Nichol's uproarious showstopper, performed in a variety of pop styles, has had audiences at the Comedy Store screaming with laughter. He has been described as having 'the face of an angel, the tongue of a whore and the energy of a toddler on an Irn Bru binge'. Only the sturdiest of hecklers would attempt to upstage him - you have been warned.
Venue Details & Map
Haymarket House/1A Oxendon St
St JamesLondonSW1Y 4EE
- +44 (0)20 7930 2949
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
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